Embarking on your educational adventure at Keiser University unveils a realm of potential and prospects for both personal and professional development. Nonetheless, funding your college education may pose a notable consideration.

Keiser University recognizes the significance of offering assistance to its students and offers a variety of student loan choices to turn your educational aspirations into a tangible reality.

The Keiser University Loan Forgiveness Program offers an amazing chance for qualified students to alleviate the burden of their federal student loans.

This program acknowledges and values your dedication to public service employment, providing a valuable chance to ease the weight of your student loan obligations.

As of [current year], undergraduate students have the benefit of a consistent interest rate set at 4.99%. The maximum loan amount varies, starting from $3,500 for first-year students and reaching up to $5,500 for third and fourth-year students, contingent on their academic level.

One of the key benefits is that interest does not accrue during the in-school period, deferment, and grace periods.  

For individuals who may not meet the criteria for subsidized loans or need extra financial support beyond what subsidized loans provide, Keiser University offers Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans.

Acknowledging the potential financial requirements of parents with dependent students and graduate or professional students, Keiser University provides Federal PLUS Loans.

To be eligible, you must be either the parent of an undergraduate student who is dependent or a graduate/professional student.

Federal PLUS Loans offer a way for parents and graduate students to close the financial gap between other forms of financial aid and the actual cost of education.